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Musikmesse 2013: Yamaha Launches the PSR-243 and PSR-343 Portable Keyboard

Yamaha Keyboard Releases at Musikmesse
Yamaha Launches PSR-243 & PSR-343 Keyboards
Yamaha launches the PSR-E243 and PSR-E343 portable keyboards at the 2013 Musikmesse Show. These two keyboards are geared towards learning musicians, each offering Yamaha's built-in Education Suite, enabling students to teach themselves piano and offers built-in accompaniment styles that make it possible to sound like full bands.

The USB TO HOST connectivity makes interfacing with personal computers and Tablet PC's easy. The PSR-E343 also adds an AUX line input and Melody Suppressor so players can perform the lead part in their favorite songs stored on MP3 players.

For more seasoned musicicians and home producers, these versatile models can also be used as MIDI controllers for computers and high performance sound sources for XG-lite music software applications.

The PSR-E243 and PSR-E343 keyboards offer built-in speakers featuring an Ultra-Wide Stereo DSP button that creates greater separation and a more spacious sound. Both models will also provide players with more sounds and styles to explore than ever before – The PSR-E243 offers 385 voices and 100 Styles and the PSR-E343 has 550 voices and 136 Styles. In addition to these, Yamaha offers iOS/Apple music apps for iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch that extend and enhance the music-making experience. Connections to iOS devices will require an optional i-UX1 USB MIDI interface cable (sold separately)

These two new Yamaha Keyboards are perfect for beginners as both models have easy to use learn-to-play features like: built-in library of songs, connectivity and support for iOS devices.

Posted on 10 Apr 2013 08:14 to category : Instruments News

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